Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA)

 - Class of 1954

Page 117 of 184

 

Andrew Lewis High School - Pioneer Yearbook (Salem, VA) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 117 of 184
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SENIOR Y-TEENS The Senior Y-Teens have worked very hard this year. They have been active since the very first meeting. The Y-Teen year began with Roll Call Week, which was climaxed by a Recognition Service at the Salem Presbyterian Church; during World Fellowship Week they sent scarves to all parts of the world; at Thanksgiving, the girls collected gifts for patients at the Roanoke Sanatorium; at Christmas, they gave presents to a needy family, and at school gave an impressive “Hanging of the Greens” ceremony; in February, the Sweetheart Dance was presented; two delegates were sent to the Danville Conference; in March the Y-Teens gave a talent show and sponsored the annual potato- chip sale; Y. W. C. A. week was celebrated in April and a mass installation service was held at the Y. There will be two camps for Y-Teens this year, Camp Kiwanianna and Virginia-Carolina Conference. The Y-Teens feel that they have had a very successful and profitable year and the members have received many benefits from their membership in the Y-Teens. 4 . H3

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fe " ' j -■ 4. SL. fpl .a i - HP SENIOR Y-TEENS Oceile Hall, President Jane Henson, Vice President Carole Stroupe, Secretary Frances Patton, Treasurer Susie Blankenship, Program Chairman Miss Edna Mantz, Mrs. Rose Little, Sponsors MEMBERS Jo Ann Aliff, Mary Barr, Phyllis Batten, Betty Bayne, Linda Biggs, Beverly Black, Shirley Blackwell, Ada Blakenship, Susie Blankenship, Patricia Boone, Carolyn Brammer, Mary Buchanan, Betty Bugg, Cynthia Butts, Donnie Carawan, Martha Jo Carr, Emily Carter, Page Clarke, Vicki Clark, Phyllis Clement, Geraldine Conner, Opal Conner, Shelby Conner, Georgia Crawford, Frances Crockett, Maritta Crotts, Pat Crowder, Helen Dalton, Nancy Donaldson, Barbara Dooley, Theda Draper, Diane Drew, Jackie Duke, Loretta Duncan, Grace Eakin, Evelyn Early, Shirley Ellis, Shelby Jean Epperly, Shirley Eubank, Shirley Ferguson, Phyllis Ferris, Glenda Fowler, Charlotte Fulton, Pat Garner, Norma Faye Garst, Shirley Garst, Iris Gieser, Joyce Goode, Audry Greer, Carolyn Greiner, Dorothy Haislip, Oceile Hall, Betty Harris, Edna Harris, Mary Harris, Marie Harter, Frances Headen, Fay Hensley, Jane Henson, Fleeta Jane Higgs, Nancy Hubbard, Kathryn Jarrett, Charlotte Jewell, Joan Keesling, Frankie Kemp, Peggy Kilby, Betty Lancaster, Mary Linda League, Nancy Lemon, Clara Lewis, Rader Lewis, Sandra Lucas, Barbara Martin, Janice Martin, Carol Matthews, Doris McBride, Kimmie Mc¬ Curdy, Jo Anne McGhee, Gayle Morris, Rosalie Mowles, Janet Munsey, Bertha Nalls, Sally Nicar, Betty Odell, Gail Orr, Peggy Oyler, Florine Painter, Frances Patton, Dorotha Paugh, Mildred Perry, Elmira Poff, Peggy Smiley, Mary Smith, Shelby Smith, Gayle Snider, Dawn Spangler, Betty Spruhan, Peggy Stone, Carole Stroupe, Lucille Swain, Shirley Thomas, Sylvia Tinned, Elaine Tyler, Betty Lou Vinyard, Kay Waggoner, Delores Watson, Shirley Webb, Jean Wertz, Martha Wilbourne, Margie Williams, Myra Wills, Nancy Wood, Peggy Wood, Charlotte Yost. 4 112



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% M - tr swjmamm mmmmm mWj® - - -... . -_4J_ - --■- ■- „ -i ■ ' uni mr mm mm. m, m «• Gail Adams, Sandra Adkins, Sara Ahalt, Betty Jean Ashley, Sonja Bateman, Montram Beard, Kitty Beeman, Sylvia Belcher, Jane Ellen Bell, Betty Lou Blankenship, Evelyn Boaz, Carol Boley, Helen Bowden, Judy Bower, Louise Byrd, Betty Caldwell, Nancy Campbell, Barbara Cannon, Virginia Chapman, Janice Clinedinst, Arlene Dalton, Pat DeHart, Elizabeth Deickmann, Joan Dickens, Priscilla Duke, Donna Ferguson, Shirley Franklin, Helen Hairston, Gail Hamblin, Tony Harpe, Peggy Haynes, June Herrin, Joan Hodge, Ruth Huff, Judy Jamison, Norma Jamison, Anita Kelley, Molly Lenaeus, Janet Lile, Charlotte Bell Lilley, Marilyn Little, Jean Lucas, Betty Mattern, Faye McCray, Sally Miller, Nancy Moran, Mary Jo Aiolan, Lottie Jean Poage, Beth Poole, Carolyn Powell, Rose Prather, Cecilia Price, Linda Pugh, Sandra Quick, Linda Bell Radar, Jerry Reavis, Sue Reed, Ruby Reese, Milly Ross, Patricia Rucker, Jo Anne Schwallenberg, Lindsay Sheahan, Shirley Shupe, Meta Simpson, Carolyn Slough, Janet Smith, Eleanor Spangler, Sandra St. Clair, Barbara Taylor, Julia Thomas, Alary Louise Trussell, Dorothy Underwood, Sue Vest, Rita Walters, Maslin Whitescarver, Sybil Whitfield, Jackie Wisley, Ella Jean Wright, Billie Sue Young JUNIOR Y-TEENS Jerry Reavis, President Sally Miller, Vice President Julia Thomas, Secretary Eleanor Spangler, Treasurer Ella Jean Wright, Peggy Haynes, Song Leaders Betty Jean Ashley, Program Chairman The Junior Y-Teens, sponsored by the Y. W. C. A., has had a full year under Jerry Reavis’s capable leadership. It is devoted to the task of promoting better personal and social living. In this endeavor, the members seek to lead better Chris¬ tian lives and share in the knowledge and love of God. Activities for the year got into swing with an impressive recognition service. This was jointly held with the Senior Y-Teens, November 8, at Salem Presbyterian Church. At Christmas, the club assumed as their project the sending of a “Care” food package to Korea. During World Fellow¬ ship Week, members donated money for a “Scarves Around the World” program. Spring was a busy season for Junior “Y-Teeners”. Delegates were sent to the Danville Conference. During March, the Junior and Senior Y-Teens sponsored the potato chip sale and gave a talent show. In April, activities for the year were climaxed by Y. W. C. A. week and the mass installation services at the “Y”. { 114 }fr

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